Ukrainian President Zelensky denies involvement after drones hit the Kremlin as per the Russian government.
Russia has announced that Ukrainian drones were used to target Russian President Vladimir Putin, in a failed attempt during an attack on the Kremlin.
According to official statements from the Kremlin in the Russian state media agency TASS on Wednesday, May 3, “The Kyiv regime carried out an attempt to deliver a strike by unmanned aerial vehicles on the Kremlin residence of the Russian president.”
“The Russian president was not harmed as a result of the terrorist attack. His schedule has not changed and continues as usual,” the press service said.
It said that attack happened after “Two unmanned aerial vehicles targeted the Kremlin”.
The statement continued, “As a result of timely actions taken by military and special services using electronic warfare systems, the drones were disabled”.
The Kremlin stated. “Their fall and the fragments scattered around on the territory of the Kremlin caused no casualties or material damage”.
Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov stated that “Putin is working in Novo-Ogaryovo outside Moscow, where he met with Nizhny Novgorod Governor Gleb Nikitin.”
Meanwhile, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky denied their involvement in the attack.
In a statement cited by the Guardian, Zelensky said that “We don’t attack Putin, or Moscow, we fight on our territory and defend our towns and cities.”
He added, “We leave it to the tribunal”.
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